HR leaders to convene at HR Tech Summit Australia 2024

Event to address HR leaders' pressing questions about impact of tech on profession

HR leaders to convene at HR Tech Summit Australia 2024

HR professionals across Australia will come together in a new summit this September to exchange ideas on how to enhance HR practices using technology.

The HR Tech Summit Australia 2024 from HRD will see HR leaders addressing the impact of technology on the industry and how organisations can remain ahead of the curve and take advantage of it.

"This exclusive summit offers a deep dive into the most cutting-edge advancements in HR technology, featuring two dynamic content streams: the main stage for broad discussions and tech talks for detailed insights," said Janina Sarmiento, event producer, in a statement.

Participants can expect panels, roundtable discussions, fireside chats, and other opportunities to mingle with their colleagues in the industry.

One of the panels include a discussion on how AI, one of the most controversial concepts today, can be integrated to workplaces and support the HR function.

Other panels offer guidance on how to make the most of workforce data, as well as best practices to bridge the skills gap in the wake of rapid technological advancement.

"Whether you're redesigning HR operating models or integrating AI into your systems, this event promises to equip you with the necessary tools to drive efficient, agile, and impactful HR strategies in a rapidly evolving workplace," Sarmiento said.

The HR Tech Summit Australia 2024 will be held at The Fullerton Hotel Sydney on September 3. Interested participants can register through this link.

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